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Tag: Doctor Who: City Of Death

Doctor Who: City Of Death by James Goss (book review).

February 18, 2016 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: City Of Death by James Goss (book review).

TV novelisations have become quite rare in an age when most TV series are more likely to have a DVD or even a blu-ray release now. Much of this is down to the TV companies being able to do them economically to tie-in with them being shown on the box and, in part, because fewer […]

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Doctor Who: City Of Death by Douglas Adams and James Goss (book review).

June 18, 2015 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: City Of Death by Douglas Adams and James Goss (book review).

‘City Of Death’ is regularly seen as a highlight of the SF show’s original run, receiving the highest viewing figures of any ‘Doctor Who’ story ever, though industrial action over at ITV may have nudged up the numbers a bit. ‘City Of Death’ also regularly ranks highly in ‘Best Ever’ polls for the best ever […]

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Doctor Who: City Of Death (4th Doctor TV Soundtrack) by David Agnew (cd review).

February 1, 2013 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: City Of Death (4th Doctor TV Soundtrack) by David Agnew (cd review).

The Doctor and Romana II arrive in Paris in 1979, which as it turns out is the City of Death. They meet some thugs, a private detective and a count, who is not what he seems. More shenanigans ensue as the fate of the earth hangs in the balance while Count Scarlioni counts down to […]

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